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Guest Star Goodness

Guest Star Goodness: Revenge “Charade” and Chuck “Chuck Versus the Bearded Bandit” 

This past week featured three great guest stars on two very unique shows: ABC’s Revenge and NBC’s Chuck.

Alicia Coppola

First, over on Wednesday night’s Revenge actresses Alicia Coppola, CCH Pounder, and Margarita Levieva appeared as the following: a reporter from the Times interviewing the Graysons on their 25th wedding anniversary, the warden at the juvenile detention center where Amanda spent her youth, and the real Emily Thorne who swapped her identity with Amanda.

CCH Pounder. Photo Credit: ABC
Margarita Levieva. Photo Credit: ABC

Alicia is best known for her role on the short-lived series Jericho as well as a recurring role on the recent defunct series The Nine Lives of Chloe King. CCH just finished a recurring role on Warehouse 13 as well as long-running role on The Shield. Margarita starred in the short-lived series Vanished.

Justin Hartley
Jeff Fahey

Then, over on Friday night’s episode of Chuck, actors Justin Hartley and Jeff Fahey appeared as brothers on very different sides of the law. Justin was the younger brother who was in hiding in order to testify against his older brother who was a diamond smuggler. Meanwhile, actress Carrie-Anne Moss appeared as a rival to Carmichael Industries and a romantic interlude from Casey’s past.

Carrie-Anne Moss. Photo Credit: NBC

Viewers of Smallville will recognize Justin for his role on the long-running series as well as the online series Gemini Division and the daytime soap Passions. Jeff was most recently seen on the latter part of Lost, but is probably best known for his role in the thrillers The Lawnmower Man, Grindhouse, and Machete. Carrie-Anne is best known for her work in The Matrix franchise and Momento.

With November sweeps underway, there will assuredly be many more familiar faces showing up.

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